Show rundown for 8/10/2004

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Battle Continues in Najaf

U.S. tanks pushed into Najaf as patrols with loudspeakers went through the city, warning militants to leave or face death.

Bush Nominates CIA Chief

President Bush nominates a Republican Congressman from Florida, Porter Goss, to head the CIA.

Intelligence Leaks

Pakistani officials say the disclosure to reporters of the arrest of Muhammad Naeem Noor Khan has allowed several wanted al Qaeda suspects to escape.

Water Polo

It doesn't attract the kind of attention the 100-meter dash does in the Summer Olympics, but water polo has its devotees.

Tennessee Congressional Candidate

A republican from Tennessee is surprised that he won a recent primary congressional election. He's an avowed racist and admits that people probably didn't know what he stood for when they voted for him.

GOP Pledge

In order to attend a speech by President Bush, Republicans in New Mexico require non-Republicans to sign a form stating their loyalty to Bush-Cheney 2004.

Robin Hood

Were does Robin Hood hail from? A member of Parliament says not from Nottingham.

Military Voters

President Bush visits military bases today in Florida. We look at the important voting block of military families.

American Election

Monitors from Europe will observe voting in the United States this November.

This program aired on August 10, 2004.


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